Queen Elizabeth II
It is with great sadness that Bradleys Both Parish Council learnt of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Our condolences are extended to King Charles III and all the Royal Family. RIP
Queen Elizabeth II 1926 – 2022
Yorkshire Water announce hosepipe ban.
To ensure web re able to apply for drought permits this winter, we are putting a hosepipe ban in place from 26 August 2022, which would mean the following activities are prohibited:
- Watering a garden using a hosepipe
- Cleaning a private motor-vehicle using a hosepipe
- Watering plants on domestic or other non-commercial premises using a hosepipe
- Cleaning a private leisure boat using a hosepipe
- Filling or maintaining a domestic swimming or paddling pool
- Drawing water, using a hosepipe, for domestic recreational use
- Filling or maintaining a domestic pond using a hosepipe
- Filling or maintaining an ornamental fountain
- Cleaning walls, or windows, of domestic premises using a hosepipe
- Cleaning paths or patios using a hosepipe
- Cleaning other artificial outdoor surfaces using a hosepipe
Customers can still carry out these activities if they use water from a bucket or watering can; or use water that is not sourced from the mains such as grey water, rainwater from a water butt through a hosepipe, or private boreholes for example.
Ready for Anything
Ready for Anything website Local councils in North Yorkshire and York may be interested to see the Ready for Anything website and to promote it to groups/organisations within the parish. The scheme was set up by York CVS and City of York Council following the Boxing Day floods in 2015. Following the success of the initial scheme, funding has been given by North Yorkshire County Council via NESTA and Ready for Anything has been adopted by the North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum and is now rolled out across the whole of North Yorkshire and York.
Ready for Anything | North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum (emergencynorthyorks.gov.uk)
Planned Road Closure High Bradley Lane
PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION – 33635 – High Bradley Lane, Low Bradley
The Closure will be in place for a period of 7 days between 19th April 2022 and 25th April 2022 to allow Northern Powergrid to install a new electricity connection. Acees for residents will be maintained as there is no possible diversion.
The Road Closure and any associated Diversion Routes can be viewed using this URL link https://one.network/?tm=127894265
North Yorkshire County Council
Avian Flu Update
The Chief Veterinary Officers for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have agreed to bring in new measures to help protect poultry and captive birds. The new housing measures will come into force across the UK from 00:01 on Monday 29 November 2021 to protect poultry and captive birds from avian influenza following a number of confirmed cases across Great Britain in recent weeks. See the AIPZ section.
The declaration for the second premises near Leeming Bar, Hambleton, North Yorkshire has been amended and the map reference and map have been updated
Further testing has confirmed that the avian influenza strain in birds at the following premises as highly pathogenic (HPAI H5N1):
- second premises near Thirsk, Hambleton, North Yorkshire
- second premises near Leeming Bar, Hambleton, North Yorkshire
- premises near Thirsk, Hambleton, North Yorkshire
Following confirmation of the pathogenicity, the Temporary Control Zones have been revoked and replaced by 3km Protection Zone and 10km Surveillance Zone around each of the premises.
For details of the cases and the measures that apply in the disease control zones in England, see the avian influenza: cases and disease control zones in England guidance. You can also find out about licences for movements from disease control zones in force.
Bradleys Both Parish Council sends its condolences to the Queen and the Royal Family on the death of the Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince Philip.
A Book of Condolence has been opened at www.royal.uk
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Public Rights of Way
There has been a rise in walkers straying from the public rights of way on farm land and leaving gates open causing extra work for farmers who have to round up stray animals. Please respect the countryside code. A screenshot of the rights of way around Bradley is below but a more detailed map can be found on the NYCC website at: